a ball can never bounce over the height from which it was bounced unless u aplly a force. The factors that affect the bounce of a dropped ball include the height from which it is dropped; the force applied to it, if any, when dropped; the acceleration of gravity, which is different depending upon what planet you're one; the elasticity of the ball; the density of the atmosphere, which affects "air resistance"; and the rigidity and elasticity of the surface on which the ball bounces. weight also affect the bounce height.
The ball's velocity continually increases through its fall, so the force of the impact will be greater and greater as you drop the ball from greater heights. The force of the impact will not increase if you drop the ball from a higher point than what is needed for the ball to reach "terminal velocity". That is when the air friction balances out any increase in velocity due to the pull of gravity on the ball.
Yes because of the balls energy, potential that turns into kinetic that makes a ball bounce.
The size of a soccer ball does not affect how high it bounces because gravity pulls down a ball at the same, no matter what size it is.
i think the size of a soccer ball is affected becauseif it is bigger then it wont bounce has high because there is more air and more room inside.
Yes it does. The higher the ball, the higher the bounce
High tides happen when the moon is overhead, as the gravity pulls the mass of water on earth toward it. Low tides are the opposite, when the moon is below, under your feet, it is pulling the watery mass of the oceans away from your side of the planet. The shape or apparent phase of the moon has absolutely nothing to do with this effect.
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If the sample is homogeneous, then half of its volume has half of its mass and half of its weight.
I believe It changes the affect on the earth's surface, for an example: Dry sand grains are bound mainly by friction with one another. Small amounts of water increase the cohesion among sand grains. Saturation reduces friction and causes the sand to flow.
As long as they have the same density and mass, size will not affect it
Talking on the likeness of theory it is likely that different balls hence diffence in the matrial it is made of so yes it will affect the bounce
Absolutly. There are five factors that affect how high a ball bounces; mass, shape, friction, impact velocity, and the coefficient of restitution. The coefficient of restituition is the material property that tells you how much energy is lost from the object during impact. It is this property that is most important to your question.
A golf ball will bounce higher. It has more mass so it is less influenced by air resistance.
Gravity is the force opposing the upward velocity of the ball, which has mass m The ball bounces at velocity v, so kinetic energy = 1/2m x v squared If the ball rises height h, energy to do this is m x g x h These two terms are equal, so solve for h. Using SI units, g = 9.81 meters/sec/sec, m in kg, h in meters, v in meters/sec This ignores air resistance
No because mass doesn't means how it affect far it rolls
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Of course not! The only thing that will affect the dribble or shot projection of the ball is based on how well you are able to handle the ball.
It will increase the total volume, but it will hardly affect total mass. Remember the definition of density as mass / volume.